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News Aberdeen archaeologists rescue 700-year-old Yup'ik "melting village" in Quinhagak, AlaskaWorking with a tiny indigenous population on an Alaskan site three times the size of Scotland, experts from Aberdeen say their discoveries have wider implications for North America.10 January 2014
News Beachy Head Lady was young sub-Saharan Roman with good teeth, say archaeologistsA facial reconstruction as part of a project and exhibition in Eastbourne has revealed a young woman from sub-Saharan Africa. Archaeologist Jo Seaman tells us more.28 March 2014
Interview Curator's Choice: Hopi pots and Zulu skirts for Takeover Day 2013 at the Smith Art Gallery and MuseumOne lucky group will get to discover a pot made by native Americans and a glass skirt worn by a Zulu woman as part of the annual Takeover Day in Scotland. Curator Michael McGinnes - the Keeper of the World's Oldest Football - tells us their stories.27 November 2013